Complete list of rs ids and thier corresponding sequence for the human genome
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Where can I find a complete list of rs ids and thier corresponding sequence for the human genome?

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rs ids are the identification numbers given by dbSNP. So go there and download the vcf file which describes how the bases changes on which position. If you need the padded sequence you could take the fasta files. You could also take the bed files and extract the sequence from the reference genome yourself using e.g. bedtools getfasta.

In the end it depends what you want to do with this data.

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Agreed. Still, this file will be large (several GB). Therefore, also download the associated tabix index (.vcf.tbi) and spend some quality time reading about the use of tabix to quickly retrieve given genomic regions from large files.

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